As part of the exhibition hochelaga rock, articule is pleased to present a discussion between artists Hannah Claus and Peter Morin.
The discussion will take place in English with whispered French translation available.
Free entrance and warm ambiance.
articule's gallery and bathroom are partially wheelchair accessible.
Hannah Claus is a visual artist of English and Kanien'kehà:ka / Mohawk ancestries. She graduated from the Ontario College of Art and Design in 1997 and obtained her MFA from Concordia University in 2004. Her installations have been exhibited throughout Canada and the United States, as well as in Germany, Switzerland, Mexico and Chile. Her work is included in various public collections, such as the Canada Council Art Bank, the City of Montreal and the Department of Global Affairs Canada.
Peter Morin is a Tahltan Nation artist, curator and writer. He recently relocated from British Columbia to Brandon, Manitoba, where he joined the Visual and Aboriginal Arts Faculty at Brandon University. In both his artistic practice and curatorial work, Morin investigates the impact between Indigenous cultural-based practices and Western settler colonialism. His work, defined by Tahltan Nation epistemological production, often takes on the form of performance interventions. In addition to his art making and performance-based practice, Morin has curated exhibitions at the Museum of Anthropology, Western Front, Bill Reid Gallery, and Yukon Arts Centre.